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Sprout Baby App Offers Child eHealth Tracker

The developers of Sprout Baby App have added a Health Tracker and Doctor Report tool to track and manage children’s health and medical records.

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The developers of Sprout Baby App, which is part of the app collection for parents and parents-to-be that includes Sprout Pregnancy and Sprout Fertility & Period Tracker, have added a Health Tracker and Doctor Report tool to track and manage children’s health and medical records.

The iOS app enables a parent to record, track and organise health-related events and records including a child’s symptoms, temperatures and medications. Parents can also view trends and summaries of their child’s health information in easy-to-read charts.

Sprout Baby enables parents to create a personalised and private Doctor Report PDF to share with their child’s paediatrician, which can be used to review and analyse heath and developmental information for their babies and toddlers. Such information could include sick visits, well visits like sleep patterns, a growth and development report and an immunisation report.

“As a busy parent, I often find it difficult during doctor visits to answer my doctor’s questions and recall specific details – what day my daughter got sick, what exactly happened and what medications I had given and when. So, I co-developed our Health Tracker and Doctor Report Generator,” said Co-Founder of Med ART Studios, the makers of Sprout Baby App, Alex Romayev.

“Now, parents can present up-to-the-minute, accurate reports and timelines of their child’s health in ways that weren’t possible before. The Health Tracker allows doctors to analyse reports and diagnose on real-time data, which is more reliable than recalled information,” concluded Romayev.

Sprout Baby is available globally in 10 languages via the App Store.

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